Some 20 years ago, Bob Stiles decided to stop using his car for his daily work commute. Instead, he started taking the bus and riding his bike from Edmonds to Seattle each weekday.
It worked so well for him that he began leaving the car home more often, using bus and bike to get around on his own time. After tracking his commute habits as part of the Curb the Congestion program, Stiles estimates that in 2016 he saved about 335 gallons of gas that he otherwise would have pumped if he were driving his car for every trip.
His dedication to environmentally-friendly transportation options won him the honor of 2017 Curb the Congestion Champion of the Year!
See his video here, and congratulations again Bob!